Tuesday, April 5 from 9:00 a.m. until 12:15 p.m.

The Environmental Law Section’s upcoming spring CLE seminar will explore the relationship between Virginia regulatory agencies and EPA, and the impact this relationship is having on the implementation of environmental programs in Virginia.

The program will discuss a number of issues, including the Chesapeake Bay TMDL, regulation of greenhouse gas emissions, the Clean Water Act 404 permitting program and how it is being used in the mountain top removal mining context, enforcement, and regulation of coal combustion by-products. Do not miss this opportunity to network and interact with your colleagues, while earning three hours of affordable MCLE credits. Virginia State Bar Environmental Law Section members qualify for a reduced registration rate.

Seminar Highlights:

  • The Relationship Between EPA and DEQ on Enforcement Matters
  • Federally Delegated Water Programs
  • Federally Delegated Air Programs
  • Federally Delegated Waste Programs

This program will be held at Washington & Lee University School of Law in Lexington on the same day as and immediately preceding the Environment Virginia Symposium, which will be held at Virginia Military Institute (VMI).

For more detailed information, and to register, please visit Virginia CLE’s website: www.vacle.org.